Dust Dander and Mold Are Wreaking Havoc On Your Indoor Air Quality

Dust Dander and Mold Are Wreaking Havoc On Your Indoor Air Quality

Airborne particles such as dust dander and mold as well as pollen make their way through your home which makes it very hard for allergic people to breathe. There are steps that can be taken to reduce those allergens from coming into your home.

Your Indoor Air Quality All Begins With A Good HVAC System

One of the top defenses against allergens entering your home is to make sure that you change your air filters properly. If you are unsure of what type of filter to use, contact us, we will be glad to help you in any way that we can.

Keep Dust Dander and Mold Out

Cleaning the debris from around your outdoor unit on a regular basis is also a good preventative measure to improving your indoor air quality. The outdoor unit is going to pull anything close to it into your home. It’s the same with your indoor unit. Sweep, dust, and vacuum around that area to keep out the dust and airborne particles.

Mold can do more than just make your allergies act up and give you bad indoor air quality. It can make you sick. Mold thrives on moisture and humidity. There are several areas within your HVAC unit that hold both elements. You should always check your condensation drip pan and drain. Also check the air handler, evaporator coils and air ducts. If you see mold you should remove it. If it is large amounts of mold it might be better to contact a professional.

It is so important that you keep your HVAC System cleaned and maintained on a regular basis. It is the only way to keep those allergens from spreading throughout your home and improve your indoor air quality. Your HVAC system can make a tremendous difference when it comes to allergies and indoor air quality.

Schedule an annual maintenance on your AC unit today. Neglecting to maintain your AC unit for better indoor air quality can contribute to a wide variety of illnesses ranging from allergies, bacterial infection and asthma-related symptoms. A certified technician can look at your system and identify any issues before they become a problem.

If you have any questions regarding indoor air quality or your ac system, contact us at 813-929-HAWK, 727-SAME-DAY or visit our website at www.airhawkac.com.

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